A Theory Of Ether, Particles And Atoms: Introduction To The by Igor Makarov

By Igor Makarov

This can be an self sufficient primary examine in physics introducing the reform of recent physics. In 1996-2005, it was once released in elements in medical journals; in 2007 it was once revealed privately in Britain and registered within the British Library; in 2008 it was once registered at the Copyright workplace of the Library of Congress. The ebook includes 129 pages dimension A5. it's intendent for pro physicists and will be of curiosity to scientists and scholars generally.

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6) The Neutron Becoming the Atom  φ1 Φ= φ2 ... 14) and is supposed to be close to those of the consistent cloud. 31) determined by the consistency of the consistent cloud with vacuum. The vector function u(t) characterizes the structure of the organized cloud and may be called its structural function. 16) is a vector describing the oscillation with the complex frequency λk ; the vectors   U k1 U k = U k2 , ... U kn Uk1  U k = U k2 , ... 17) {U ki } and {Uki }, oscillate with the same complex frequency λk but have different amplitudes and initial phases.

Prentice Hall. 1995. CHAPTER 4 EVALUATION OF THE PARAMETERS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF ETHER Introduction As the reader knows, the problem of ether, as an actual problem of theoretical and experimental physics, arose with the development of the theory of light, and especially in connection with Maxwell’s electromagnetic theory, but then was almost abandoned after the advent of the special theory of relativity. And despite the fact that experiments have shown vacuum to be not an abstract space but an arena of intense physical processes, modern physics still evades using the term ‘ether’, preferring its substitutes, such as ‘electromagnetic vacuum’, ‘physical vacuum’, ‘Dirac’s vacuum’, etc.

In our view, such approach is inadequate to the problem. Indeed, our above investigation of the nature and the structure of the neutron makes it possible to develop quite a different approach to, and interpretation of, the above process. In this chapter, which is a direct continuation of Chapter 2, it is shown that, because of a space-time contradiction in its structure, under the influence of interaction with vacuum, the neutron transforms into the hydrogen atom. The latter proves to be a linear system with lumped parameters characterized by a structural function.

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